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International Journal of Automotive Technology 2001;2(4): 135-145.
THE NEW DEUTZ ENGINE FAMILY 2013 FOR COMMERCIAL VEHICLES
A. LINGENS, L. MIKULIC, H. PLEIMLING, A. PFEIFER
DEUTZ AG
ABSTRACT
DEUTZ AG, co-founded in 1864 by Nicolaus August Otto, the inventor of the four-stroke cycle engine, has developed the nwe 2013 engine for commercial vehicles on the basis of the tried and tested 1012 and 1013 series. With 4 and 6 cylinder models, the engine covers the power range between 100 and 190 KW. At the time of their introduction to the market, the engines will meet the exhaust emission legislation of EURO Ⅲ and incorporate the potential for EURO Ⅳ. Further engineering targets were: (Compactness, Favourable power/cost relation, Low weight, Low fuel consumption and Low noise level). All targets could be accomplished in a relatively short development period via the application of modern simulation tools and test methods. In this paper, the design configuration of the engines is described with particular emphasis on measures for noise emission reduction and the combustion system including injection and turbo charging. Furthermore, we demonstrate the engines's potential to fullfill the European emission legislation EU4, which comes into force in 2005.
Key Words: New DEUTZ truck engine for EURO III
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